A SEMINAR on INADEQUATE PREMISES SECURITY LITIGATION IN FLORIDA
>> Miami: November 4, 8:30am – 12:30pm
>> Orlando: November 11, 8:30am – 12:30pm
NO CHARGE for breakfast or 3.50 General Credits including .50 Ethics – 2.50 Criminal Trial Certification or 2.50 Civil Trial Certification
TOPIC: Strategies and tactics in investigating, litigating and trying premises security cases; case law, relevant statutes, codes and ordinances.
The seminar will be presented by John Elliott Leighton – author of the two-volume treatise, Litigating Premises Security Cases (Thomson-West, 2006), the most comprehensive national text on handling and trying premises security cases. Mr. Leighton is managing partner of Leighton Law, P.A. His practice is focused on the representation of severely injured victims, primarily due to the failure to maintain reasonable or adequate security at commercial premises, Resort TortsTM, medical malpractice and consumer product liability.
Mr. Leighton is Chairman of the American Association for Justice (formerly Association of Trial Lawyers of America) Inadequate Security Litigation Group, past Chairman of ATLA’s Motor Vehicle, Highway and Premises Liability Section, and a nationally recognized authority on inadequate security litigation. He is Chairman of The Academy of Trial Advocacy, a national invitation-only association of the nation’s leading catastrophic injury trial lawyers. He is listed in “The Best Lawyers in America,” Florida Trend Legal Elite’s “Best Lawyers in Florida,” and has been selected as a Florida SuperLawyer™ and South Florida Legal Guide “Top Lawyer.”